The Absolutely Breathtaking Glass Sculptures of Artist Jiyong Lee!

orange and magenta embryo segmentation by Jiyong Lee

Artist Jiyong Lee has taken his love of science and skill of glass sculpture and combined them into something fantastic. By cutting, carving, sanding, and other techniques he manipulates the glasses form into geometrical shapes inspired by the science of cell division and growth. The results are utterly breathtaking. “The segmentation series is inspired by […]

Installation Artist Chiharu Shiota’s Tangled Web of Keys at the 2015 Venice Art Biennale!

It’s been a while since I’ve come across an installation art piece that’s moved me to posting. But, Artist Chiharu Shiota‘s “The Key In The Hand,” is just such an installation artwork. I thank writer Kate Sierzputowski and the website Colossal for introducing me to this piece. Here is an excerpt from her post… “The […]

Revisit: Book As Art! Artist Brian Dettmer (AKA-The Book Surgeon)

Though the writing is a little rough (I wrote this in 2011), it doesn’t diminish the beauty of these works. I saw someone posting this work on Facebook recently and knew it was time to revist this post. Sometimes I’m so ahead of the curve. (Yeah…sure.) I’m not usually a fan of “big name” Artists. […]

Architecture, Nature & Art. It’s Love At First Sight!

This is absolutely awesome! As soon as I saw this I thought, “Ooh, hell yes!” I live in the middle of the city. That city is Seattle. More specifically, I live on Capitol Hill. And I love it. A whole fucking lot. But, let’s be honest, living in the middle of the city is well…noisy. […]

Revisit: True “Insider” Outsider Art

An intriguing artist, with an equally intriguing form of art! All hail Artist Daniel Watson! Alien or Citrus? Both. When you look at this work, what do you see? I see an amazingly detailed work that looks to be molded of clay and worked with tools to get the shape and depth. Then maybe it’s […]

Revisit: The Blow Your Mind Embroidery of Daniel Kornrumpf!

Here is a revisit of some fantastic work by artist/crafter Daniel Kornrumpf… Daniel Kornrumpf has a pretty impressive pedigree. He received a BFA from Kutztown University, in Kutztown, Pennsylvania. He also has an MFA from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He’s even had work shown at the Cambridge Art Association […]

Pressed Flower Art by Ignacio Canales Aracil!

Check out these stunning pressed flower works of art! Bravo to Artist Ignacio Canales Aracil! Spanish artist Ignacio Canales Aracil creates vessels reminiscent of upside-down baskets using nothing but pressed flowers. The art of flower pressing dates back thousands of years; pressed flowers were reportedly discovered in a 3,000-year-old coffin of Tutankhamun’s mother in Egypt, […]